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|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-28-00015Bella (female)|
VIC - Bella (f/4y) Bella was surrendered to us because her owners had no time for her. She was purchased as a pup but has been cooped up in the back yard for the past four years with very little interaction from people or dogs. She was never walked & she has had no training but it's never too late to learn. She is a typical Boxer with a clownish, energetic & playful disposition & she craves affection & attention. Despite having had no interaction with other dogs, she seems so curious about meeting any dog that passes her by & her body language is very relaxed & friendly. She would suit an active, motivated adult family or a family with older teens, in a home where she will receive tons of positive interaction. NOT SUITABLE FOR A HOME WITH CATS PLEASE. (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-26-00097toby (male)|
Free to good home. Toby needs lots of attention and exercise. He'd be most suited to someone on a large property perhaps a farm. He's an excellent guard dog. Very loving and protective. We are moving house and cannot take him with us. He needs loving and patient owners.
wollongong, nsw Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-23-00051Cinder (female)|
VIC - Cinder (f/7y) Located in Victoria Cinder is a female red and white Boxer who is 7 years old. Now don't let Cinder's age fool you one bit! Cinder in typical Boxer style loves life, full of energy and lovesssss humans. Cinder would suit a home with an active family where she will be included in activities. Cinder would suit as an only dog or is ok with larger dogs. Cinder is strong on lead and with a sensitive trachea should be walked with a walking harness or gentle leader only. Cinder is great with kids but is very bouncy and would be too boisterous for young children only due to her size. Cinder had an ear infection when came into care 4 weeks ago and is now all clear. Cinder sits on command and will bring her new family so much love and joy. Cinder comes desexed, vaccinated (C5), microchipped, flea and worm treated. (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-20-00413Digger (male)|
Melbourne, Vic Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-17-00661Brandy (female)|
WA - Brandy (f/1y) Brandy is a stunning Boxer with her big brown eyes and a big personality. She is a bouncy silly puppy who enjoys playing, running around and socialising with other animals. Brandy walks well on the lead and is a good listener. Being a big puppy she does have a few naughty habits (as all puppies do) which she will grow out of however has been doing well going for daily walks and burning off her energy. She will need to go to a family who will be willing to exercise and train as she will make a loyal companion to a family willing to put in the time and effort for her. Brandy would be best suited in a family with older children as she is very energetic and can sometimes jump up in excitement. She has been brought up with dogs and cats and gets along great with other animals. Brandy will bark when someone is at the gate but is as soft as butter. This gorgeous girl waiting for a family to call her own. (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-17-00077Kimi (female)|
Kimi is a 4 year old female American Bulldog. Owner could not take her when moved away and Kimi has been left behind. I will not be able to keep her for very long as I am also moving so I am looking for a home of someone who can take care of her. Very good with people. Some very basic training. Mostly good with children. Has never been aggressive towards people young or old. Aggressive with cats and smaller dogs so not good if have other pets.
Sydney, NSW Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-15-00066Kane (male)|
Looking for a 'forever home' for Kane. He needs some more training to be social. He is reactive but not aggressive. Beautiful nature. Very active. Good temperment toward kids but too rough.
Cairns, QLD 4871 Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-15-00030Russell (male)|
QLD - Russell (m/8y) Russie is ready for adoption! He has put on some weight, styled his hair nicely and is good to go! Russ is about 8 years old. He is very active and loves people! He is a terrific watch dog too. Russ gets along best with female dogs and will tolerate most desexed male dogs. Was curious about cats at first and now he just ignores them. He has never tried to hurt them. He has loads of energy and walks very well on a lead. Located in Maryborough Qld.
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-14-00032Cruise (male)|
Inseparable boxers Bonnie and Cruise 7 years old desexed . owners moving overseas dogs can not be parted. Excellent temperament with kids and other animals. Fully vaccinated, free to the right person
Sydney, NSW 2212 Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-12-00016Tankie (male)|
Great puppy. Keeps escaping out of our rural fencing. State forest near by and dog baits around. We don't want him endangered. Will only go to a family I approve of. Needs loving and caring family, needing a new fur family member. Great with kids and most other dogs.
Caboolture, Brisbane 4510 Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-09-00053Koda (female)|
Koda is a great dog, and would best suit a family with one owner or a couple. Koda is very loving, she does get quite excited when you get home from work. She is not great around other dogs but may just need some training in that department. she is great with kids but due to her size she gets a little excited and can knock them over. This is very regrettable, i dont want to say good bye, however due to my situation i have no choice in the matter. Photos will be uploaded shortly.
Brisbane, queensland Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-01-00626Wynn (female)|
Wynn is an excitable puppy who needs some training. She tends to jump a bit until she settles down. Very happy dog who enjoys company from other dogs and people. She does not bark. She currently lives with 2 other dogs in a small yard. She needs a bigger yard and more contact, both of which I can't give her.
Sydney, NSW Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-30-00642Bobby (female)|
SA - Bobby (f/4y) Introducing: Bobby, available now for adoption. Breed: Boxer x | Sex: Female | Age: 4 years old Temperament: Bobby shows traits of a typical Boxer, she can be a clown at times with her quirky ways and at other times is completely in tune and sensitive to her owners emotions. Bobby is a friendly girl who will literally lean on strangers for a pat and likes most other dogs socially, except for small fluffy dogs, nor is she a fan of cats. She likes to be the only dog in a household though so for this reason, must be homed as an only dog. She is an intelligent girl and will show you how well she can sit, come and walk well on a lead for a treat. She loves meeting new people but can greet them with boisterous excitement, so while she is good with kids, she would be best with older children Can be homed with other dogs: No Can be homed with children: Yes - best with older children Can be homed with cats: No Can be homed with other small animals: No Any special requirements: No Adoption fee: $400 includes first vaccination, microchip & desexing. (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-27-00626Caesar (male)|
Caesar is an 18 month old Neo x English Mastiff. He is a beautiful boy who is very affectionate and loves cuddles. His only down side is that he's very unsure with strangers and will not let people he doesn't know approach him. This can be a great attribiute if you are looking for a guard dog as he won't let anybody he doesn't know into your yard. He is ideal for someone who lives alone and is looking for a companion and protection. This is a very regretful sale but due to a recent change in living situation and financial circumstances keeping him is no longer possible. I love him to pieces and would not have parted with him under different circumstances. Caesar is fully wormed, vaccinated, microchipped and desexed. (Less)
Brisbane, Queensland Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-21-00043Cody (male)|
These two beautiful springers need a new home where there is human company a lot of the time. They have been brought up this way but circumstances have changed and they crave company when it is not there and will howl when they are lonely. They love outdoor activity and affection. The large springer is Cody who is 8 and Heidi is 5. They must go to a home with a lot of love and attention to give.
Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-21-00030Lincoln (male)|
Lincoln was rescued from the streets in October last year. He can be quite dominant and does not get on with our older dogs, he can be too bossy and playful for them. Lincoln would best suit an owner who is does not have any pets. He loves one on one time and makes a great guard dog. He will come with belongings, bed and some food. Loving home ONLY. 0400120729.
Gunnedah, NSW, NSW Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-10-00055Olli (male)|
Loving dog who loves being around people and loves a cuddle. He is well trained on the lead, but doesn't come back on command off lead. He can be left alone or with other dogs without any issues. He is not cat friendly, so recommend a cat free home. Regretful sale, we are away a lot and don't have family close by to take care of him. Comes with his bed and collar.
Melbourne, Torquay, Victoria Australia
|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-04-00680Oscar (male)|
Oscar is the most beautiful dog. He weighs 6.4kgs and is in the best of health. He was C5 vaccinated and given his yearly Heart Guard today (5/6/2014). Oscar has no signs of arthritis and appears to be in very good health with very good teeth. The vet is sure he is only 8 years old but I believe that he was born of 29 September 2002. He reminds me of Mrs Potter a dog I rescued from the Geelong Pound who lived to be 20 without any health problems!! He loves his walks on the beach (or anywhere), is not a barker, digger or chewer. Oscar can use a doggy door and is very polite an well mannered. He loves all dogs and appears to be fine with cats. He is the sort of dog that could live to be 20 even though he was born on 25 September 2002, making him 11, he is much more like a 7 or 8 year old dog. Oscar is happy and very well adjusted. His foster carer has had him for 20 months and says that Oscar has no issues at all. He is the perfect little fellow. Oscar is on no medications and is not a fussy eater. He is happy to sit on your lap, or his bed. Likes to be brushes and loves human company. He was surrendered to the RSPCA in Brisbane when his owner ran into financial difficulties. Rescued by a well meaning group he has been left in foster care for 20 months. Oscar has been living with 4-6 Dachshunds and has been a perfect gentleman. His foster carer says that Oscar is the best dog he has ever met - he cannot be faulted. If you would like more photos or to meet Oscar please call Yolana on 0449049136. (Less)
Friends of the Pound Inc. (Tweed)
Tweed Heads, New South Wales 2484 Australia
|Animal ID: still waiting in a cold shelter!!Mishka (female)|
Located in New South Wales This delightful young lady is sure to win you over with her huge smile and her zest for life. Typical of the boxer breed, Mishka is very active and playful. She may be a little too big for young children but would make a great companion for a family with older children. She is a friendly girl who generally enjoys the company of other dogs and loves her human friends too. She will require minimal grooming but regular exercise to keep her fit and healthy. Being white, Mishka's new home will need to be one with lots of shade and access indoors.
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-06-00003Bessie & Buster |
NSW - Bessie and Buster BUSTER and BESSIE are a pair of beautiful Boxers which need a new home together. They have been surrendered to us. Their current owner is caring for them whilst we find them a home. Being Boxers, they have special needs & we would like to see them go to a home where the family has Boxer experience & where they are permitted indoors to keep cool in Summer and warm in the cooler months. Their owner has provided the following details: BUSTER - Male - Brown & white in colour Personality: loyal, very loving & placid. He has a lot of character in his face & even won the best smile competition at the local vet. He loves being petted & enjoys going for a walk. He attended puppy preschool as a pup & walks very well on a lead. He also travels well in a car. He has spent all of his life living outdoors & sleeps in the garage at night. He has a loud bark & is an excellent watch dog. He does bark at passers by, especially if they are walking a dog. He also dislikes cats but plays well with other dogs at the local dog park. He has a slight bit of arthritis in one of his back legs, but otherwise is a strong dog. He especially loves munching on a bone. He digs a shallow hole near the shady part of a tree to avoid the heat. He does sleep in a large outdoor kennel during the day. BESSIE - Female - Brown and white in colour Personality: happy, loving & eager to please. She has bundles of energy & loves to run laps around the backyard for exercise. She adores being petted & tends to bounce from side to side when walked. She also has trouble sitting still in a car. She loves playing with water. When she drinks from her bowl, her front paws are always in the water. On really hot days, she jumps in our backyard fish pond to cool off. She has spent all her life living outdoors & sleeps in the garage with Buster at night. She tends to bark only when Buster barks & usually follows him around the yard. She can get very excited & jump frequently. Both dogs are quite peaceful but can occasionally roughly play with each other. They have only had one owner. I absolutely adore my dogs, but a change in my circumstances has led me into finding a suitable home for them that will give them all the love and attention they will need. I have recently become a single mum with two boys (3 month old & a 3 year old). I just don't have the time or the money to look after them anymore. The dogs would suit a family with older children as they are large and they could jump & accidentally knock little ones over. The dogs will be brought to the shelter for any meetings. The shelter is located in Londonderry (Western Sydney). Meetings with the dogs are by appointment. The owner can only meet on weekends due to work commitments. Buster: DOB: 1/5/2008 Bessie: DOB: 1/10/2008 (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
|Animal ID: still waiting in a cold shelter!!Max (male)|
NSW - Max (m/6y) The greying muzzle simply gives him a distinguished look; this boy is active, playful and behaves just like a pup - very typical of the Boxer breed. Max was surrendered to the pound by his owner and now finds himself looking for a long term home where he will be loved and cared for indefinitely. He bounces around in his kennel like and is delighted to be paid any attention. An agile dog, Max will require regular exercise and a reasonable sized backyard in which to play. His new family would ideally be one with Boxer experience, and possibly another Boxer in the home. Max is not a fan of little dogs, so a home with a small dog is not an option for this guy (and no cats either). Being a Boxer, Max has special needs like all Boxers, so the home we are seeking should be one where they are familiar with the breed and can accommodate and care for a Boxer. As we get to know Max better, we will add more information, however we can say that Max is a delightful boy who is sure to please any Boxer loving family. Any further training should be simple as Max is very food focussed and will do almost anything for a treat ! If you believe your home could be ideal for Max, please get in touch! We believe that dogs should be part of the family and share the home. Max is located in Londonderry (Western Sydney). (Less)
Boxer Rescue Network
|Rescue Me ID: 13-04-18-00059Taz and Bobby (2 dogs) (male)|
Taz (aged approximately 7, we think) was rescued about 6 years ago from a pound in the ACT, and became best buddies with Bobby (aged about 9). After a short time on a farm in Tasmania with my brother, they came to live with us on an acre block in QLD when my brother moved overseas. Taz and Bobby loved the space, chasing and wrestling each other all over the place. They will bring balls back for ages (enjoying a few wrestling matches for it on the way back to you). We think that Taz was beaten as a puppy as he is terrified of fly swatters, flapping tea towels, or newspapers being shaken open. But he is so keen to please. He was taken to training when he first came to live with us and was found to be very clever - he loved the challenge of the obstacle course, will sit and stay fairly well, and learned to 'spin' and 'roll over', which he loves to do for a treat and a some attention. He is very scared of thunderstorms, but sleeps outside quite happily in fine weather. If there's a chance of a storm we put him in the garage. He is the under-dog in the relationship with Bobby, but can stick up for himself when necessary. Bobby is the (slightly) less excitable dog of the two, but when in the mood can entice Taz to play with the best of them. Bobby is a great friend to Taz, never stealing Taz's food, and willingly sharing his bed on a cold, or stormy night. Both dogs are de-sexed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations. They are wonderful with children, having lived with my two children since they were little, and have put up with many 'dress up' sessions, being dragged around in backyard games, with never a bite nor growl. Nieces and nephews toddling around after them have never been bothered either - even tail-pulling by them has not made either dog snap (though obviously we always step in when the dogs have put up with enough toddler's play)! My kids will dearly miss their pets - but our downsize to a much smaller block, and the increased time we are away from home with work, study etc, means that we are afraid our beautiful dogs no longer have the quality of life we want them to have. They have also started to bark a bit and my neighbours have understandably had enough.. my beautiful dogs are now more alone than with us, and they need a loving family or couple who are around more often. (Less)
Logan City, QLD Australia
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Dogs can make good pets in Australia if they match your IifestyIe. Dogs have a reputation for being "man's best friend" for excellent reasons. Dogs are wonderful companions. Many breeds, in addition to being affectionate, devoted members of the family, are useful working dogs and guardians. Most dogs form tight bonds with their humans, and need to be cared for like the valuable family members they are. But sadly, some owners do not live up to the responsibility and involvement it takes to properly care for a dog throughout its life. Dogs can become the victims of neglect or active abuse. Some dogs receive tender, attentive care from their owners, but no longer have a home after their owner passes away or experiences a major life event that makes him unable to keep his dog. There are many more dogs than there are homes for dogs, and dogs that are not spayed or neutered can accidentally produce large numbers of puppies, exacerbating overpopulation. For this reason, three to four million dogs, many of them perfectly healthy and wonderful animals, are euthanized in the U.S. each year.
Many people get excited about owning a new dog, decide to get a puppy, and then pick one out at a pet shop or visit a breeder with a new litter. However, there are so many wonderful, friendly dogs in need of adoption, including puppies and purebreds. Some of these dogs might even be a better fit for a family than a new puppy; for instance, some adult dogs in need of adoption are already housebroken and obedience trained. Adoption is typically much less expensive than purchasing a dog. People who adopt dogs find the experience extremely rewarding, bond very closely with their dogs, and have the added satisfaction of knowing that one less animal has to be euthanized. If your family is ready for a canine companion, please consider adopting a dog!
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